Grinch Remake Delayed

Grinch Remake Delayed

It has only been a couple of months since the announcement of an animated remake of How the Grinch Stole Christmas — but that’s time enough to now announce a full year delay to the project. The film will now come out for Christmas 2018. Producers cite no official reason for the delay but industry speculation is that the original November 2017 release date was too ambitious in the first place. But we have another theory. Having watched Christmas movies come and go over the years the answer is quite simple: they only release Christmas movies at Christmastime any more.Read more

Cumberbatch to Voice the Grinch in Remake

Cumberbatch to Voice the Grinch in Remake

Famed British actor Benedict Cumberbatch has been tapped to voice the Grinch in an animated remake of Dr. Seuss’ classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas, set to be released later next year. The last remake of the Grinch was met with mixed critical reviews and has failed to generate year-after-year loyalty viewing of the original made-for-television animated special. Producers of the new version hope to avoid disappointing fans. ““For me, in reading what Geisel wrote, I view it more from a character perspective. I think that the essence of this film is the notion of this cynicism comedically expressed inRead more

History of Where Are You Christmas

History of Where Are You Christmas

Mariah Carey was denied a 2nd smash hit of Christmas back in 2000 all because of her marital woes. Today is August 14th, 2015 and there remains just 133 days in our Countdown to Christmas and today we mark it by declaring it Where Are You Christmas Day in honor of song writer and composer James Horner, who originally penned the song as “Christmas, Why Can’t I Find You“. Co-written with Will Jennings the song was given a longer version and made into its most widely known arrangement with Mariah Carey, who was originally supposed to sing the tune forRead more

Grinch Coming to Gaylord Opryland Country Christmas

Grinch Coming to Gaylord Opryland Country Christmas

The Grinch’s heart might be two sizes too small, but Gaylord Opryland Resort is welcoming him with open arms for its annual Christmas festivities. “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical” will be a part of the resort’s “A Country Christmas,” from Nov. 20 through Dec. 27. The resort’s general manager, Pete Weien, announced the new Grand Ole Opry House show Wednesday alongside the infamous green man himself. “It’s an outstanding show. We’ve had the opportunity to see the show in New York City on Broadway and it’s just a show that is exciting,” Weien said. “It’s gotRead more